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Where is/was your "Happy Place"

Discussion in 'Way Off Topic' started by Dan, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. Dan

    Dan Admin Staff Member

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    12:16 PM
    Sounds like an odd question I know but when I was a kid, a friend of the family owned a little farm with a good size (well it was huge when I was a kid but come to find out it wasn't very big) pond stocked with fish. My mom, dad and I used to spend weekends there and just fish and swim and have a great time.

    That is one of my fondest memories as a child and every once in awhile I just remember it and it brings a smile to face. Corny I know. But what is your happy place? Do you have a time in your life that you can reflect on and uncontrollably smile?
     
  2. Error

    Error Member

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    10:16 AM
    Where I use to live as a child younger than I am now (25 years old)...I used to climb a hill to the top and just relax I had to or I would have gotten in arguments with my family.
    I would stay up there for years cause it was my happy place and I felt like being myself deer would come down the hill side and just have a bust with playing with the others.
    I usually saw squirrels, turtles, snakes, and frogs (which is where I got my nickname cause I can jump high "Froggy".

    But yes, that was my happy place to go, until I moved to the city.
     
  3. Mrchris

    Mrchris Well-Known Member

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    I'd have to say my grandmas lake house I had lots of fun there in the summer and the winter would always go boating and fishing almost every year me , my brothers and dad would take us out there. Its crazy even though my grandma bought the totally different lake house until today when I go out there i feels like a vacation
     

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